There is no throughline to the best songs by David Sylvian. But it's that inability to be pinned down that has made his work so fascinating for so long.
Originally issued in 1991, the album found Sylvian reuniting with his former Japan bandmates, Steve Jansen, Richard Barbieri and Mick Karn.
The four titles are the fruits of a period of remarkable creativity from 1984 to 1987.
Led by the influential David Sylvian, the band went on to become one of the most interesting and stylish protagonists of late 1970s/early 80s synth-pop.
Virgin Records, a mail-order-only business before becoming the hippest vinyl store in London was instrumental in a shift towards experimental sound.